10-in-10 CD reviews

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Each Friday, we bring you 10 CD reviews done in 10 words each:

Tantric Mind Control — Rockers try something a little heavier, hookier with fourth album.

Walter Trout Unspoiled By Progress — 14 tracks of bluesy rock roll for nearly 120 minutes.

Steve Azar Slide on Over Here — Brings a little soul into country music on fourth album.

Cooper Boone Cooper Boone — Country crooner finds a hint of humor with “Cougar Dream.”

K’Jon I Get Around — Debut album from r&b artist does not cover Tupac’s song.

Mac McAnally Down by the River — Member of Coral Reefer Band releases his eleventh solo effort.

Little Richard The Rill Thing — Album brought legend back to charts after 13 years away.

Freddy Jones Band Time Well Wasted — But nobody in the band is actually named Freddy Jones? (Opening for Edwin McCain at the Fillmore on Aug. 29.)

Merykid Boy & the Bird EP — Self-taught instrumentalist gets a bit schizophrenic in sounds, singing.

Morning After Girls Alone — Gothic overtones — kinda sounds like Jesus and Mary Chain leftovers.

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